For what it's worth... What I observe is that when a log is first generated, it will show the exact times from the clock regardless of actual length of the specific audio events listed. BUT, if you double click on the audio event in a given hour, then close it. It will update the timing to the actual lengths for the rest of that hour. For multiple cuts in a cart, it will only give the average time so there is still that variable.
For remote log editing, I use TeamViewer to get on. I'm not a high level computer guy, but that works. Tom Van Gorkom Radio Esperanza Engineering, KRIO AM/FM, KOIR FM Office: 956-380-8150 Cell: 865-803-7427 Rio Grande Bible Institute 4300 S US Hwy 281 Edinburg, TX 78539 On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 2:35 PM, <ija...@jamcorbroadcast.com> wrote: > I was looking into the same subject > We want to be able to see the log on a web Page So we can View whats > running or will run. or what ran. > anyone have any suggestions. > > Also we want to know if anyone has a solution to look at logs and make > corrections. We have been going in to he LOG Edit feature but its is not > accurate most of the time do any on have any suggestions so we can look at > the logs and check times without loading it in Air play. > > > > On 2018-03-06 07:49, Todd Baker wrote: > >> Hi Rich, >> >> Yes, there is some documentation about using the web interface. Look >> in the docs folder, >> in my setup it is under rivendell/docs/apis/. >> >> The web files are there (xml,pdf, and html). It is a summary of all >> the calls and what they return. >> Sometimes the api's return a different code then listed there, but a >> 404 generally means you sent something >> wrong or you don't have permission to do that etc... You can look in >> the actual code if you want to try to >> glean what happened exactly. 404 is kind of a catch all returned for >> more than one problem. >> >> If you are trying to add a cart for example make sure that the user >> you put in has permission to add >> carts, and the password is correct, etc. >> >> I have used this interface extensively, I wrote a whole C API that >> talks to it to add carts, list carts, >> update carts etc... >> >> Hope this helps, >> >> Todd Baker >> Radio Free Asia, Washington D.C. >> >> ----- Original Message ----- >> From: "Rich Gattie" <mob...@gmail.com> >> To: "User discussion about the Rivendell Radio Automation System" >> <email@example.com> >> Sent: Monday, March 5, 2018 3:54:29 PM >> Subject: [RDD] Rivendell rd-bin webpage use >> >> Hello all... >> >> I was wondering if there was a guide to using the webpages in the >> rd-bin folder? >> >> I was trying to test it out by adding a cart but I keep getting a 404 >> error back. I was thinking this kind of interface might be easier then >> trying to screen share over a VPN. >> >> Any using the webpage interface? >> >> Thanks! >> > _______________________________________________ > Rivendell-dev mailing list > Rivendellfirstname.lastname@example.org > http://caspian.paravelsystems.com/mailman/listinfo/rivendell-dev >
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